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AT&T iPhone and iPad customers will be happy to hear that the carrier has rolled out LTE to 9 brand new markets this week. The 4G tech allows for download speeds of up to 10x that of the average 3G network.

Folks with an AT&T smartphone or other LTE-flavored device should notice substantially faster download speeds in the new markets, which include cities in Texas, Washington and Nevada. Full list after the fold…

Here are the 9 new AT&T LTE markets:

  • Joplin, Missouri
  • Statesboro, Georgia
  • Portsmouth, Ohio
  • San Angelo, Texas
  • Carson City, Nevada
  • Bellingham, Washington
  • Yuba City, California
  • Monterey, California
  • East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

Earlier this month, AT&T’s total number of LTE markets crossed the 400 mark, and the network now covers 240 million people nationwide. That’s about 30 million people away from its end-of-year goal of 270 million.

The carrier is rolling out its 4G network at a rapid pace, but it’s still well behind Verizon. VZW has been done with the majority of its LTE network for months, and AT&T is on track to finish up sometime late next year.

AT&T does, however, enjoy claims of being the fastest LTE network in the US.

  • jocastro

    Yeah…. They are working on our towers in Fairbanks, Alaska…. Can’t wait 😛

  • Tom M

    Brookhaven town in Suffolk County NY seems to have been forgotten

    • MrSergioRamos

      That’s for sure.. It only goes up to Deer Park, but yet they claim Suffolk has it… Once they go to the Hamptons on vacation they will realize that.. On another note sprint has LTE in Port Jefferson 🙂 I thinking about making that switch

  • Michael Jerkins

    I swear we here in Michigan City, IN (46360) are a forgotten area of LTE loveness ..LTE all around us but here.. wtf